According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is prepared to testify and speak with prosecutors in Turin regarding the Juventus investigation

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to talk to prosecutors in Turin about the financial allegations against his former team, Juventus. Financial irregularities that centered on player wages and transfers cost the Old Lady a 15-point loss in Serie A.

Ronaldo is one player whose name appears to be associated with the financial irregularities committed by the Juventus board regarding salaries. It is believed that the veteran Portuguese player was one of a few Juventus players who gave up four months’ worth of wages in March 2020.

However, a private agreement proving that some of the players still received three months’ worth of wages has been discovered by some investigations. Additionally, it was revealed that Juve carried out this without recording their debts on their balance sheets. Additionally, they failed to notify the governing body of Italian football (FIGC).

According to a number of different reports and Football-Italia, the Turin-based club still owes Ronaldo approximately €19.5 million. Further examinations also revealed that the current director of Tottenham Hotspur, Fabio Paratici, signed financial documents involving the Portuguese.

After initially declining the opportunity, Ronaldo is now said to be willing to testify about the allegations against his former team. The location of the meeting between Ronaldo, his lawyers, and the prosecutors in Turin has not yet been determined. However, it could be in Lisbon, Madrid, or Italy.

Despite losing 15 points, Massimiliano Allegri pledges support for Juventus :

After being penalized 15 points for financial irregularities, Massimiliano Allegri has backed his team to win. The Italian coach said that he still has control of the team and urged them to take on the responsibility of protecting the club.

According to Allegri’s words, as reported in the Daily Mail, “I am Juventus’ head coach, and I will continue to be so. unless they remove me. “Men, you have to be good at taking responsibility in difficult times. We’re all fine when things are going well. The severity of -15 cannot be assessed by me using the table.

He said, “The team will have to wait for the final judgment,” which will be out in two months,” as his final statement. “We have to do our duty,” he said. In two months, the final verdict will be delivered. We must avoid having regrets in two months because we did not accomplish as much as we should have.

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